Our generation grew-up on Super Mario Bros. and Space Invaders.
We all know that any EPIC adventure requires a group of four and that it’s dangerous to go alone.
Video gaming has made it’s impact on our culture and we can see the effects, today.
Just take a look at these statistics:
(Note: It’s extra fun to have a blog post title with the word: anthropomorphic. Go ahead. Try it.)
Here’s a bit of Twitter awesome for you.
It’s called, Faces in Things and it’s a Twitter account that tweets…can you guess?
You got it.
Faces in things.
For example, let’s start with this Teenage Mutant Turtle:
Elegant Themes has released their most flexible and advanced theme in their collection and possibly one of the most flexible and advanced WordPress themes on the market.
Best of all, we’re giving away 3 Developer licenses ($89) — which will include access to Divi.
This is way cool.
You’ve got to check this out!
Kris Temmerman decided he wanted to make something interactive in his store window.
So, he built this EPIC public neighborhood video game:
Finally, a new church nursery pager solution!
Ever since Agapage disappeared, I receive regular messages about churches looking for a nursery pager solution; and now I have one to share.
Nursery Pager is not only affordable, there are no setup fees, no hardware costs, unlimited growth potential and no contracts. If only my mobile plan was this simple!
Does your church have a nursery pager solution?
Kevin Hendricks is the Editor of ChurchMarketing Sucks and owns a freelance writing and editing company, Monkey Outta Nowhere.
He is a keen communication and EPIC reader—as many as 137 books in one year!
Talking with Kevin was a real treat. It was great to get to know him a little better and I am sure you’ll feel the same.
Now, here’s Kevin…
Last year I posted about the Christmas Story Animation I’ve made for my Christmas website. This year I’ve made some tweaks to it but also made a condensed version into a video!
I got the inspiration to make the video for The Nativity Factor, a video competition, running during December 2013 by one of the big TV channels in the UK, to tell the Nativity story in less than three minutes.
It was really fun – but quite challenging – to edit down and screen cap into ‘The Very Fast (and fairly accurate) Christmas Story Animation’!
This is the Gandalf cat, but these are the Gandalf cats…in action.
Poor dogs don’t even stand a chance…